Thursday, 03 February 2011 03:40
by Christopher Hawes
Triathlete Movie Review - I am fan of Westerns. I probably have a half dozen or so in my movie collection, Tombstone, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Silverado, 3:10 to Yuma, Open Range, and The Magnificent Seven. There are many others I like that I don't yet have in my collection. I am also a fan of the Coen Brothers. Not a student of them, or a worshipper of them. I have not memorized the Big Lebowski and I have not seen all of thier movies. I do try to make a point to see their movies, and I am making a point to go back and watch the ones I have missed. The Big Lebowski is a great movie, No Country for Old Men is fantastic, of course there is Fargo, A Simple Plan, etc.
I was really looking forward to seeing True Grit, because of the Coen Brothers and because of the cast, Bridges (photo below), Damon, and Brolin. I have not read the book, which I heard was very good, and I have not seen..
The Best Kisser in Central Iowa...
Wednesday, 02 February 2011 04:00
WARNING: Some of what you are about to read is totally made-up stuff.
Going Off Course - Take a long look at the attractive young people with Reagan era hairdos in the photo (L). It's obvious that they had been "making out" hot and heavy, isn't it? Mullet boy with the demented grin and a bloodstream full of "horn-mones" is Skippy Studjock, then 18 and star quarterback of the Marshallton Bobcats, circa 1986-'89. The randy girl, her coiffe a casualty of their passion, is Bobcat cheerleader Angie Hop, then 17.
The picture was taken twenty-three years ago. Back then Angie, or "Ang" as she is known to the multitude of people who love her, was voted "Most Likely to Kiss Guys" by her fellow Marshalltown (IA) H.S. students. Not only that, she was...
The Inaugural TwinCities Triathlon...
Tuesday, 01 February 2011 04:40
By Kris Swarthout
Mad Love For MTN Readers...
Tuesday, 01 February 2011 04:30
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Pete's Climb to the Pass...
Monday, 31 January 2011 04:00
Last Friday we received a cool slice of Heideggarian Existentialism from Litchfield triathlete Pete Royer. Have you ever heard Stephen Stills' "Thoroughfare Gap," Pete? If not, here's the LINK.
Hey MTN Guys,
I thought you might be interested in my little bike ride I did last summer. I didnt do as many tri's as I did Ride The Rockies in June. We rode 542 miles in a week thru and over the Rocky Mountains.
I attached two of our more epic days ride profiles....
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